Ask is moving to Stack Overflow and! Please use the "opendaylight" tag on either of these sites. This site is now in Read-Only mode


What are transmitted and received bytes ?

asked 2016-03-03 03:19:27 -0700

vinayaktj gravatar image

When you see the transmitted and received bytes, there's many times a difference between the two. I'm not able to figure out which are the packets that are the difference of the two. Also what is bytecount of a flow ?

edit retag flag offensive close merge delete

1 answer

Sort by ยป oldest newest most voted

answered 2016-09-19 22:15:52 -0700

mclyn gravatar image

When you measure the performance of the computers in your environment, you might find that the "Bytes Sent/sec" counter for the Network Interface object is off by a magnitude of 8 to 10 from the "Bytes Received/sec" counter when the same amount of data is exchanged in both directions.There are other counters that measure network throughput, such as the "Bytes Transmitted/sec" and "Bytes Received/sec" Server object counters. These should be in the same range as the Network Interface counters...hope it'll be helpful for you

edit flag offensive delete publish link more
Login/Signup to Answer

Question Tools

1 follower


Asked: 2016-03-03 03:19:27 -0700

Seen: 156 times

Last updated: Sep 19 '16